WEEKEND WRITING WARRIORS #52


I'm back! After a lengthy hiatus, partially due to taking a lovely two week vacation, we also had several unexpected losses in our family and as such, I haven't been writing all that much. Time heals all wounds, so here I am, ready to dig in and 'get her done'.

I left off with Kitty and Mary sharing a special moment. Here's a brief recap: "I'm so glad we have this moment of peace together." Impulsively she reached out and grabbed Mary's hand. "At times I feel we are strangers living under the same roof."

And now... the continuation of CATHERINE: Pride & Prejudice continued... Book Two
Creative punctuation used to comply with the ten line rule.

Clearly surprised, Mary withdrew her hand and sipped her tea and Kitty worried she'd offended her elder sister. About to apologize, she stopped when Mary spoke with a soft voice.
"I too am glad for this moment of respite as we don't get very many of them, what with Mama and all her nervous flutterings."
"Mary, I think that's the most uncharitable thing you've ever uttered," she teased with a small laugh.
Mary's smile faltered and Kitty grabbed her hand again. "I'm not censuring you, I agree with you, our parents are intractable."
"Recalcitrant."
"Pertinacious."
Both girls giggled, the warmest sounds of sisterly affection the walls of Longbourn had heard in a great while. In time their laughter ceased although the good will lingered.

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Have a wonderful week
Always with love
And remember - hug someone you love today. You don't know if it will be the last time. 

10 comments:

  1. Carole in CanadaJanuary 27, 2018

    Sorry for your losses...

    Glad you had a lovely vacation and so looking forward to Catherine's book. I do like when these two sisters bond.

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    1. Thank you, Carol. I have brief moments where I burst into tears and then our cat Beau does something that's completely idiotic and I smile again.

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  2. Welcome back, so very sorry to hear of your losses. The snippet was on point and excellent as always...

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  3. Great snippet Sue. I hope to read more of this story

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  4. Welcome back, Sue and with such a wonderful bonding scene between sister! (((HUGS))) on your losses.

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  5. Lovely snippet, Ican relate to it asI've had moments like that with my own sister - rare and special! So sorry for your losses.

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  6. What a sweet moment. Always wonderful when you can bond with family.

    ((hugs))

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  7. Thank you for all your support and {{{hugs}}}
    They are greatly appreciated. I'm glad to be back.

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  8. Stylistically--perfect Jane Austen. Such a sweet scene.

    I am so sorry for your losses. Time does heal. Hugs...

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  9. Glad you're back. So sorry about your losses. Good snippet. Sweet moment between sisters.

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